My client is a niche agrochemical player that is very much focusing on a greener tomorrow. They have a strong focus on formulation technology, trying to bring products on the market with lower dose rates. Working here as a regulatory manager you will actually have an impact on the future of the planet and help to contribute to a greener tomorrow.
They have a portfolio mixed of pesticides and fertilizers that they are selling in and outside of Europe. You would be the key regulatory person of the business, making sure all products are registered and the company can make sales. As the go-to regulatory person, you will get a lot of autonomy and decision making freedom to organize your day to day activities. The company has an international work atmosphere and short communication lines, making it easy to speak with management and move things forward. Being able to organize the whole regulatory department you will play an important role in the future of the business. You will be able to use consultants and get training in case you lack certain skills. This will allow also for more junior candidates to apply and grow in the role.
To be successful:
* Science background
* Initial registration experience with Pesticides and/or Fertilizers
* Fluency in English
* Valid work permit for Europe
* Living in the Bennekom (Gelderland) area or willing to relocate
In case you are interested, please respond to this advert with your up to date CV in Word or contact me: Xavier De Coker via phone numbers listed on our website and extension 3256. I'm also on LinkedIn so feel free to connect.
I am one of the leading Regulatory Affairs recruiters in Europe within the (agro-)Chemicals and associated sectors with a strong track record of placing candidates with some of the most reputable names in the industry. If you don't feel that this opportunity is quite right for you, why not contact me to find what other positions we currently have available.
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- Agency: NonStop Recruitment
- Reference: xdc 219799.6
- Posted: 17th October 2019
- Expires: 14th November 2019